Call for experts to serve on SAE Ground Vehicle Technical Standards Development Committees
The only thing more important than using standards is helping to create them.
If you are a mobility engineering professional and possess technical expertise in the areas noted below, we invite you to volunteer on an SAE standards development committee. Participation can benefit you personally through networking and professional skill development. And, it benefits your organization as you play an active role influencing the direction of industry through standardization.
Synonymous with mobility engineering, SAE develops more vehicle technical standards than any other organization, offers the largest collection of vehicle engineering content, and boasts the largest network of global engineers on earth. For over 100 years, SAE International has provided s a neutral forum for the collaboration on common engineering challenges and the development of standards-which help reduce costs, increase productivity, improve market position, and advance new technologies.
Committees currently in need of your technical expertise:
Learn more at links below and/or contact noted standards specialist.
- Acoustical Materials; Automotive Adhesives & Sealants; Carbon & Alloy Steels; Plastics; Spring; and Vibration Control Committees of the Materials, Processes, & Parts Council
- Battery Systems Connectors Committee (of the Vehicle Battery Standards Steering Committee)
- Capacitive Energy Storage Battery Committee
- Cooling Systems Standards Committee
- Driver Vision Technical Standards Committee
- Embedded Software Standards Committee (of the Electronic Design Automation Steering Committee)
- J3068 EV Power Transfer System Task Force (of the Hybrid-EV Committee)
- Light Vehicle Exterior Sound Level Standards Committee
You may also find these links to be of interest:
- Organizational charts of all SAE Technical Standards Committees
- The SAE Standards Development Process
- SAE Standards Development Newsletters-see what committees are working on
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